Alisan Porter is the new winner of The Voice! The former Curly Sue actress was crowned the new winner on Tuesday night's finale. Even better, Alisan's win officially breaks "the girl curse" as she helped Christina Aguilera become the first female coach to have a contestant win The Voice.

Going into the three-hour finale, Porter was matched against Adam Wakefield, Hannah Huston and Laith Al-Saadi — each of them with their own strengths.

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Wakefield came in a close second. Though Porter has been a fan favorite since her four chair turn around blind audition in the season premiere, Wakefield was closing the gap and came into the finale with the No. 1 song on the iTunes singles chart. His powerhouse performance in the semi-finals along with the power of being Team Blake made this one of the closest Voice finals in seasons.

Al-Saadi came in fourth, but it was solid work for Team Adam to get the blues singer into the finale consider his niche style of performance. Unfortunately, Huston's bubbly spirit also wasn't enough to get her into the Top 2 either. It's likely that Pharrell is likely to keep in touch with her after the show though.

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